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NFL greats cutting ad for group headed by Mayor Bloomberg
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http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/footba...-1.1259178

Quote:NFL greats launch blitz against gun violence by cutting ad for group headed by Mayor Bloomberg
Retired NFL stars Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith and LaDainian Tomlinson star in a new public service announcement aimed at Congress calling on the legislative body to tighten and reform gun control laws. The ad was put together by Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns.


The ad, which stars Deion Sanders, shows former football players who are for gun control laws, though other players are known to pack heat.
A fearsome lineup of NFL greats are blitzing against gun violence.

Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith and LaDainian Tomlinson have cut a new public service announcement calling on Congress to tighten and reform gun control laws.

“How many more?” Sanders begins. “How many more street corners?”
“How many more schools,” Faulk chimes in.
“How many more movie theaters?” adds Smith.
“How many more half-time moments of silence?” says Irvin.

“Like most Americans, these football legends support sensible reforms that will help keep our children safe," said Bloomberg.
Irvin also has some first-hand experience with gun violence.
Four years ago, he reported to police that two men flashed a gun at him during an attempted carjacking at a Dallas intersection. They were never caught.

But the NFL was jolted in December when Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher shot his girlfriend and then killed himself while his coach looked on helplessly.
After that, at least seven players turned in their guns, Sports Illustrated reported.



While Irvin and the other gridiron greats are pushing for gun control, the NFL is full of players who reportedly pack heat.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, in a recent interview with USA Today, said “over 75%-80%” own weapons, mostly for personal protection.
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Bloomburg's money can have a strong influence on the weak-minded. Dodgy
“Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”

William Pitt
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How many more players have to shoot themselves? asks Plaxico Burriss.
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#4
Another reason for the NFL to find a better helmet... These people are PRIME examples of head injuries....
You want to take my guns away ???? SCREW YOU ............
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As a professional athlete its OK to: beat your wife/girlfriend, drive drunk and crash your car, use illegal drugs, assault people, force sex on women....but somehow we are supposed to believe they give a shit about breast cancer and gun violence??? Are you fucking kidding me!!!!
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"Gun Violence"

Shrug

'Splain that to me.
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Emptymag;77516 Wrote:"Gun Violence"

Shrug

'Splain that to me.

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Bloomburg isn't a dumb guy. He's using a demographic full of mental midgets to spread his propaganda to the much larger pool of society's mental midgets.
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Found actual vid



http://www.latimes.com/sports/sportsnow/...9815.story
Ladies of the Second Amendment

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I laugh when people use athletes as examples for role models. Athletes are some of the biggest criminals and scumbags around. Do I need to remind everybody about the Lance Armstrong incident? And all Lance did was juice, compared to other athletes who take drugs, illegally carry firearms, get involved in fights/shootings at clubs with their entourage, and do all other sorts of stupid shit.
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